Synonyms of 'drunk'
intoxicatedDictionary, loaded (slang, mainly US, Canadian), tight (informal)I got drunk and had to be carried home.
He appeared intoxicated, police said.
loaded (slang, mainly US, Canadian)
He laughed loudly. There was no doubt he was tight.
out of it (slang)
Drunken yobs smashed shop windows.
pissed (British, Australian, New Zealand, slang)
He was just lying there completely pissed.
blatted (British, slang)
lit up (slang)
merry (British, informal)
under the influence (informal)
He was charged with driving under the influence.
dronkverdriet (South Africa)
elephants (Australian, slang)
By the end of the evening, we were all totally paralytic.
tired and emotional (euphemistic)
steamboats (Scottish, slang)
kaylied (British, slang)
langered (Irish, slang)
lashed (British, slang)
mashed (British, slang)
ossified (Irish, slang)
sat (South Africa)
stukkend (South Africa, slang)
tiddly (slang, mainly British)
off your face (slang)
broken (South Africa, informal)
He was obviously inebriated by the time dessert was served.
out to it (Australian, New Zealand, slang)
tanked up (slang)
rat-arsed (taboo, slang)
Brahms and Liszt (slang)
Adrian Quist (Australian, slang)
half seas over (informal)
babalas (South Africa)
drunkardDictionary, alcoholic, lush (slang)A drunk lay in the alley.
Although he liked a drink, he was never a drunkard.
He admitted publicly that he was an alcoholic.
We always thought he was a bit of a boozer.
an inebriate wandering the streets late at night
alko or alco (Australian, slang)
It's the wise man who stays home when he's drunk – The Cyclops]Two things a man cannot hide: that he is drunk, and that he is in love
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Thesaurus for drunk from the Collins English Thesaurus
Someone who is drunk has drunk so much alcohol that they cannot speak clearly or behave sensibly.